Smartphones and Social Media for Your Homeschooler is a look at how you can put these resource to good use with your kids for learning.
HeyKiddo Huddle is a comprehensive social-emotional curriculum for homeschooling parents that provides quick, easy-to-implement ideas for addressing big feelings with kids (ages 5-12).
Effective Ways to Teach Math for Children with Dyslexia offers techniques for helping kids with dyslexia tackle math.
Physical & neurological conditions can hamper learning speech & language skills. Identifying and speech therapy can help them overcome these conditions.
365 Ways To Love Your Child is a book by Julie Lavender containing 365 ways (activities, gestures, expressions of love) to show your child you love them.
How to Prepare Teens for Homeownership is a practical guide to teaching teens about credit, savings, and the process of buying a home.
Financial Literacy for Kids offers resources, games, and learning tools for teaching kids about money, and how to manage it.
Parenting is a job that no on really prepares you for. There aren’t really classes or instruction manuals for parenting our children! There are however many parenting books that can help us along the way on our parenting journey. Seasons of Parenting Books for the Ages & Stages Throughout my many years of parenting three […]
We are living in a world where children are significantly more exposed to technology. Modern kids have access to technology that their parents have only dreamed about when they were young. For instance, today’s children have smartphones and tablets they use for communication, gaming and many other things. They also have the Internet which many […]
Given that I have been a parent for over seventeen years now you might think this book comes a little late for me, alas it does not. While I think Things I Wish I’d Known Before We Became Parents is a must read for ALL expecting parents, there is also value to be had from those […]
I remember the trepidation in me when my oldest daughter was nearing dating age. When they leave our house, we lose control. One of the things I have found to be most important is to foster relationships with our children that include an open line of communication. If you build a relationship from the ground […]
While I say teens, the conversation and act of using a parental control app for online safety seems to need to start earlier and earlier. Most children are exposed to the Internet at the age of 6! So while online safety for teens is important, you most likely should be starting earlier than the teen years! […]